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As summarized by Wikipedia: Akai Gurley, a 28-year-old man, was fatally shot on November 20, 2014, in Brooklyn, New York City, United States, by a New York City Police Department officer. Two police officers, patrolling stairwells in the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA)'s Louis H. Pink Houses in East New York, Brooklyn, entered a pitch-dark, unlit stairwell. Officer Peter Liang, 27, had his firearm drawn. Gurley and his girlfriend entered the seventh-floor stairwell, fourteen steps below … View Listing »
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40 years for Richmond Hill murder: A Brooklyn man was sentenced Tuesday to 40 years to life in the shooting death of a man in a Richmond Hill barbershop bathroom in 2010, and for the attempted murder of another man there. View Listing »
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The Palm Sunday massacre was a 1984 mass-murder in Brooklyn, New York, that resulted in the deaths of ten people: two women, two teenage girls, and six children. There was one survivor, an infant girl. In 1985, Christopher Thomas was convicted on ten counts of manslaughter, but was cleared of murder charges. The jury had convicted him of intentional murder, but the charges were reduced due to "extreme emotional disturbance" and Thomas being high on drugs. Prosecutors said the motive was jealous… View Listing »
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David Bonola has been charged in the homicide of New York City mom, Orsolya Gaal. Gaal's body was found in a duffel bag outside of her neighbor's house with a blood trail leading to the crime scene, Gaal's basement. Video captured Bonola dragging the duffel bag down the street. Bonola was a handyman for the family with Gaal and Bonola having an on-again, off-again affair. View Listing »
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NYPD officer commits murder suicide: A 33 year old police officer shot and killed his 46 year old wife a few doors down from their home, Police found his body in their home at 60 Campden Ave, with a self incflicted bullet to the head. View Listing »
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In New York City, almost all of Hurricane Ida's drowning deaths were of victims trapped inside illegally converted basement apartments. Prematti “Tara” Ramskiret, 43, and her son Nicholas Ramskiret, 22, were gathering their belongings when floodwaters burst through the concrete wall of their basement apartment. Neither survived the incident. View Listing »
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The 2,500-square foot brick and stucco Tudor home is located in Queens in New York City, and is the first home Donald Trump lived in. It has five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. The home was built in 1940. View Listing »
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Man murdered, body buried in backyard: Frank Soucie, 60, was suffocated by his girlfriend's son, Derek Tudor, 27. Remains were found buried in the backyard. View Listing »
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In New York City, almost all of Hurricane Ida's drowning deaths were of victims trapped inside illegally converted basement apartments. Darlene Hsu, 48, became trapped when she went to visit her apartment building super in his basement residence and the residence flooded. She was found unconscious and died in the hospital. The apartment had previously been fined for failing to maintain building code. A year earlier, a complaint mentioned the collapse of a retaining wall in the building. View Listing »
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In New York City, almost all of Hurricane Ida's drowning deaths were of victims trapped inside illegally converted basement apartments. In this residence, NYPD divers recovered the bodies of two women and a man in a flooded basement. The residence has had a long history of violations and complaints regarding illegal housing conversions, including the development of single-occupancy rooms in the building's basement and garage. View Listing »
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On Sunday, June 18, 2006, Petro-Nixon left her family's home, telling them she was walking to the Applebee's restaurant near New York Avenue and Fulton Street, to meet a friend. She never returned home. Four days later, her body was discovered in a trash bag in front of 212 Kingston Avenue. It was determined that Petro-Nixon had been strangled. Petro-Nixon was buried at Rosedale and Rosehill Cemetery, located in Linden, New Jersey. In June 2016, Brooklyn District Attorney Kenneth Thompson anno… View Listing »
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In New York City, almost all of Hurricane Ida's drowning deaths were of victims trapped inside illegally converted basement apartments. Ang Gelu Lama, 50, Mingma Sherpa, 48, and their 2-year old son Lobsang Lama, 2, were unable to escape the flooding in their basement apartment, despite several neighbors trying to help. View Listing »
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